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Sir Archibald MacDonald, 1st Bt

(1747-1826), Judge and politician

Regency Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter in 7 portraits

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Sir Archibald MacDonald, 1st Bt, by Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey - NPG 316a(166)

Sir Archibald MacDonald, 1st Bt

by Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey
pencil, pen and ink, 1817
NPG 316a(166)

'Anticipation, or the approaching fate of the French Commercial Treaty', by James Gillray, published by  William Holland - NPG D12356

'Anticipation, or the approaching fate of the French Commercial Treaty'

by James Gillray, published by William Holland
hand-coloured etching, published 1787?
NPG D12356

'Ancient music', by James Gillray, published by  Samuel William Fores - NPG D13060

'Ancient music'

by James Gillray, published by Samuel William Fores
hand-coloured etching, published 10 May 1787
NPG D13060

'Ancient music', by James Gillray, published by  Samuel William Fores - NPG D14861

'Ancient music'

by James Gillray, published by Samuel William Fores
etching, published 10 May 1787
NPG D14861

Sir Archibald MacDonald, 1st Bt, by Henry Bone, after  George Romney - NPG D17303

Sir Archibald MacDonald, 1st Bt

by Henry Bone, after George Romney
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1799 (1793-1795)
NPG D17303

Sir Archibald MacDonald, 1st Bt, by Henry Meyer, after  George Romney - NPG D38073

Sir Archibald MacDonald, 1st Bt

by Henry Meyer, after George Romney
mezzotint, 1816
NPG D38073

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Sir Archibald MacDonald, 1st Bt

published by Bowles & Carver, after Robert Dighton
mezzotint, published circa 1800-1825
NPG D15215

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